The conception of the Observatory Implementation project is based on the Industry Development Program and results of the Future Bearers Sectors for Ceará
Publication of the first results of the Strategic Sectoral Routes and the Innovation Compass
Beginning of the Sectoral Masterplan and Sustainability Compass
Inauguration of the Physical Space of the Industry Observatory at the Headquarters of the FIEC System and the intelligence room
Launch of the Professional Profiles for the Future, the 1st edition of the FIEC State Innovation Index, and the 2nd edition of the Innovation Compass
The Observatory receives Excellens Mare award by PwC and develops a framework of technological adoption with the World Bank
RASTUM Award - 1st place in the ABDI Digital.BR Public Notice
Observatory projects receive international recognition in ILO and ANFACO awards. 3rd edition of the Innovation Index is featured in Folha de São Paulo, CNN, and more than 80 national and regional media channels.
The Industry Observatory was conceived with the aim of monitoring technological, economic, and social changes in order to build strategies to act in advance of these changes, repositioning the state of Ceará to attract investments and increase industrial competitiveness.
We started our work defining the main potentialities of the state and the respective paths for the best use of these differentials, elaborating sectoral roadmaps with the identification of obstacles, key technologies, and short, medium, and long-term strategic actions, through an articulated debate between the private sector, public authorities, and the academy.
Over the last few years, we have developed projects to enhance the competitiveness of the 14 strategic sectors that impact the development of Ceará, and also to identify the professional profiles that the industry of Ceará will demand, inducing competitiveness through the anticipation of professional training aligned with this need.
In addition,our dashboards contribute to attracting investments and decision-making in sectoral governance and we offer specialized service to private companies for the elaboration of projects that aim to study and understand their market needs, implementing improvements in a cooperative way, and facilitating data-driven decision-making.
The National Confederation of Industry (CNI) is the maximum organization of the Brazilian industrial sector.
Ceará Export Processing Zone - The first to come into operation in Brazil.
The World Bank is an international financial institution that provides loans to developing countries.
The organization that takes care of the formulation and execution of the national economic policy, of the financial administration of the Union.
It is a food company that manufactures, sells, and distributes cookies, pasta, cakes, snacks, wheat flour, margarine, and vegetable fats throughout Brazil.
The City Hall of Juazeiro do Norte, a Brazilian municipality in the state of Ceará, located in the Metropolitan Region of Cariri.
Esmaltec is a Brazilian domestic appliance company, belonging to the Edson Queiroz Group, headquartered in Maracanaú, in the state of Ceará.
The BSPAR group focuses on real estate development in the Northeast region, offering high-standard products.
100% Brazilian company operating in the fertilizer sector for over 50 years.
The Strategic Route and the Sea Economy Masterplan were awarded, in Lisbon, with the Excellens Mare Award, from PricewaterhouseCoopers, also called PwC, one of the largest providers of professional services in the world in the areas of auditing, consulting, and secondary services. The works were elected by PWC as some of the best projects in the world for the development of the Sea Economy. The studies were presented during the awards ceremony.
The Federation of Industries of the State of Ceará (FIEC), through the Rastum Project, from the Industry Observatory, was one of the three finalists of the Tuna Awards, an international award that takes place in Spain.
The project was developed by a network of partners: Union of Cold and Fishing Industries in the State of Ceará (Sindfrio); Ceará State University (UECE), Federal University of Ceara (UFC) and the Institute of Marine Sciences (Labomar). Based on a public notice issued by the Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development (ABDI).
The #ElasporElas Project, conceived by the team of the Industry Observatory (FIEC System), SESI Ceará, Vice-Governance of the State of Ceará, Women from Brazil Group, Rede Acolhe/Public Defender, and Committee to Prevent and Combat Violence of the Legislative Assembly, was awarded in the Call for Innovation, E-Formalization and Skills Development of the International Labor Organization (ILO).